AU Optronics faces potential $1 billion U.S. fine in allegations of price-fixing on liquid-crystal displays.
Apple sets off reactions with introduction of new iPhone 5, including some who see it as a best-seller, others who ask if it's boring. The new device offers bigger space for mobile ads (a boon for Facebook) with larger screen, while iPhone tops Google Android in customer satisfaction, survey says.
Campbell looking at snack deals to grow globally.
Chevron partners with Safeway for first U.S. loyalty program.
Dole explores sale of businesses to Itochu.
Dunkin' Donuts steps up expansion at univerisities.
ESPN starts new TV campaign for digital-subscription service.
Ford faces decisions on Europe and Asia strategies.
Frontier is latest airline to sidestep online travel agencies with direct-booking discounts.
GM pushes to close plant in Germany.
Google's YouTube blocks film that sparked Libya protests, as Romney deals with fallout from his remarks.
Kraft pitches new ID Gum by Stride with wacky campaign aimed at teens.
Louboutin aided in red sole trademark case by celebrities.
Mid-level U.S. chains move into fast-food hungry Gulf.
Pepsi signs Priyanka Chopra as India brand ambassador while Coca-Cola Masala gets $5 billion to catch Pepsi in India.
Piccadilly Restaurants files for Chapter 11.
Pittsburgh ice cream 'bank' draws regulator's ire.
Russell Athletic launches social campaign aimed at young football players.
Sanofi Pasteur enlists Chris O'Donnell in flu-vaccine campaign aimed at adults.
ThaiBev may still seek Asia Pacific Breweries despite Heineken move on the brewery.
Toys R Us lets shoppers reserve hot toys.
US rich/poor gap widens to 1967 figures.